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for it the bay area problem that cam back as soon as the city ran and of money. he went to a retreat in the peruvian jungle and never seen alive again when know what happened to a bay area team and sherman tried to cover up. i took my first that my mom was crying a dream come true for this bay area man a buy on the suit helps paralyzed people walk. the city spent 700 grand and what did get, nothing. san jose spent a fortune clearing out local parks but when the money ran out the problem came back. don knapp with more. coyote creek draws families and others to its newly paved
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path along the creek over the rail scattered degree of homeless campers. since march san jose spend $700,000 cleaning up trashed homeless encampments and finding housing for displaced. this area and in july workers gathered trash and belongings other sites include the guadalupe river as well as coyote creek the effort and experiment in trying to learn what works they found ejected campers do not go away. you prefer to live here as opposed to housing? for me a different situation i've been on my own sense nine years old i've been through katrina, i'm here to help the people. housing offer to 150 went camps were shut down 30 took the
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offer but he said nothing was offered to him the city's as $700,000 may sound like a lot but it is an investment valley medical center must take everybody it makes sense maybe we can put that person into a different path and reduce public cost getting people in the mainstream could translate to savings associated to homeless people health care and housing despite senate spending $700,000 and of the people out the cities as people return immediately what does it take to keep them out? the cities as more workers and money. don knapp cbs 5 monterey professor under arrest accused of killing his wife and dumping her body in the bay area the body of 29 year- old northeast jones found in kill right her ex-husband lawrence jones arrested last
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night in los angeles johnson up professor at the postgraduate school in monterey and fbi forensics team combed his house for evidence the search for johns began after authorities identified the body of his ex- wife. we went in with monterey pd it appeared the scene happened here we were on the lookout for mr. jones san benito county sheriff says mr. jones the prime suspect and works to bring him back to monterey the couple divorced after five years of marriage slow economic recovery in contra costa county leads to budget cuts board of supervisors says it has a balanced budget but at what cost reporter elizabeth cook with more. mary knox a contra costa
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county district attorney for 27 years and prosecutes homicide case is the county has the highest rate in the state a high murder rate it as a lot to do with rival gangs the d.a.'s office is hemorrhaging lawyers the work load is unmanageable. over the course of the last six months we've had 10-15 percent leave that is a constant over the last couple of years. you can only get so much work when you diminish the service deputy district attorney barry grove says they are leaving because of new contract it imposed by the board of supervisors it decreases pay increases retirement age and makes them responsible for health and dental coverage. we stand ready to agree what is necessary but not is not what is political
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i don't know i have a response to that chisholm she is the chairman of the board of supervisors we feel we have a fair offer on the table that lowers costs for the life of the contract which is short-term, addresses pension reform and lowers health care real liability. if they argued it is anything but fair that public defenders not forced to make cuts they're spending more to get criminals out of jail than to prosecute them the das are prepared to strike which could shut down all five county courthouses. ken western men with the deputy sheriffs association a group that sees its own share of budget cuts he fears the worst if the d.a. office loses prosecutors i'm fearful of the don havenot prosecutors to address and prosecutors and a timely fashion even basic crimes, then
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an arrest is meaningless. there is another element to this job, according to the d.a.'s office the board of supervisors expected to let the public defenders now the want to and/or a pay cut that threaten to strike if they do the d.a.'s office may be forced to strike in conjunction or independently. elizabeth cook cbs 5 a fixture in one bay area near but hundreds of people turned out for a service of the slain seven eleven clark they gathered outside the mill peta's store at 8:00 p.m. moments of silence held for mohammad reza long time over night clerk was robbed and killed last saturday. his customer share their stories. he always knew when my
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payday i would purchase a lottery ticket. he was very nice man from my i've always had a conversation with an everytime i came in. the first homicide in millipede is this year the police are looking for three armed suspects seven eleven offers a $10,000 reward. anti-american protests spread to two dozen countries across the muslim world because of an internet fell mocking is long. there are protests in sydney, australia. the pentagon sends extra forces to shore up security at u.s. embassies across the middle east. in yemen forces used water cannons against protesters. in cairo authorities bought the route to the u.s. embassy as protesters clashed with police. authorities having trouble keeping demonstrators out of the
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city center square. they're firing tear gas at the protesters into nietzsche smoke poured from the u.s. embassy after it was stormed and tore down the american flag. police battled back and two people killed. the body of the four americans killed in tuesday's attack in libya arrived back in the united states. nancy cordes shows us the emotional homecoming. ♪ the remains of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three others carried off a military plane into a hangar where the president and other dignitaries state department staffers and victims families waited. a difficult week for the state department and for our country. an emotional secretary clinton paid tribute to each man.
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sean smith joined the state department after six years in the air force. tyrone woods spanned two decades as a navy seal serving multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan glendora the went by bubka also a former steel and experience paramedic. she sate for last the ambassador she had and selected to help the libyan people build a new government i was honored to know ambassador chris stevens know not just for his courage before smile and goofy but contagious for his sense of fun and that california cool. president obama call the four victims patriots refused to back down in danger. to you their families and colleagues to all americans know that is, their sacrifice will
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never be forgotten. we will bring to justice those who took them from us. to the strains of " america the beautiful " the remains were loaded into hearses and flown to delaware dover air base. nancy cordes cbs news the white house. coming up a spiritual retreat gone wrong bay area a teenager is it takes a trip to peru and never seen alive again a shaman reveals what happened. amazon will slap a sales tax and less than one hour on california shoppers we found a loophole to let you get away without paying debt. for five years and lived with this how bionics suit invented in
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the bay area helps paralyzed people
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okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're on vacation. this is no plan. really? [ male announcer ] the united mileageplus explorer card. the mileage card with special perks on united. get it and you're in. in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school,
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or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those a bay area teenager has died
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after taking part in their ritual in the peruvian jungle 18 year-old kyle nolan of sebastopol went on a spiritual retreat in the jungle region in august we did not come out his family went looking for him. no one has seen from him or heard from him he has not left perot according to immigration that is like he vanished nose on a thin and where. it took a while we know what happened, a shaman told them that no one died after drinking a hallucinogen that broke and tried to cover a up by bearing the body. this video shows the shaman leading authority's to the remains to other men are under arrest the drug that nolan allegedly took contains a compound that is similar to lsd and illegal and united states.
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hundreds of people forced to stay in their homes in san jose and other stuck in traffic now we know why, a suspicious suitcase found near a bus bench on snell avenue and capitol expressway and. the bomb squad was called out but police say it was not a bomb it took police five hours to declare the area safe. and less than 45 minutes amazon and other major online retailers charge sales tax in california len ramirez found out there is a way to get out of paying that if you know where to look. @ pickel please book in san jose they do things the old- fashioned way that kind of customer service that helps them out last competition and survive the amazon tax exemption in california that advantage about to come
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to when and vow to pressure from lawmakers the retail giant will start charging sales tax just like brick and mortar stores starting tomorrow. their reason is amazon a seattle company has a physical presence in california lab 126 for the kindle developed in cupertino. i'm happy the planned field is leveled and i'm happy the state will have the funds to repair the roads that the ups trucks drive up and down amazon customers not happy the reason why we buy stuff on amazon is there's no tax if they put the tax on the mine as well buy at a brick and mortar store it is expected to boost the budget by $158 million when you lose that sales tax revenue it affects roach,
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resources, and resources for education a legal loophole could keep bargain hunters happy amazon is not planned to collect taxes by its vast network of third-party vendors stores that sell and ship under amazon name from out of state. if he had no presence in the state is are to collect taxes from new those entities have the option and that you are supposed to voluntarily pay taxes yourself and there is that rest in a knock on your door and ask you to pay. california will be ready the california board of equalization has hired 35 auditors to make sure those who pay that tax are in fact paying the tax len ramirez cbs 5 doctors have told them though never walk again then something out of science fiction a bionics to reporter christin ayers shows how a bay area company helps paralyzed
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people. imagine being told and never walk again matthew till for does not have to imagine a this is reality since a 2007 car wreck left him paralyzed doctors knew quickly as zero % chancy regain his ability to walk but he is no quicker he learned to ski on snow and water but while walking it seems never an option. i live with the doctor telling me i would not walk his doctors could not have guessed a bionic unit would do the walking for him the creators of the robot know it looks like science fiction it is a iron man their lab to richmond warehouse originally the plan to use the technology to help
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soldiers carry heavier gear but they realized they could help paraplegics walk. grasp the remote control crutches and with a 45 lb. computer on your back focus on your balance. i took my first and look at my mom she was crying it made me happy to see my family happy again and myself happy. for those like mad to have not walked in years the benefits clear that to the legs increase circulation or range of motion research ongoing and jury still out. we are careful about stating too much he cannot state for certain if there are health benefits studies are under white bed till for believes the benefits go beyond just having a conversation
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i to buy one of my favorite things a feeling he'll only get only hear the warble robot costs $140,000 and can only be used on site at 20 rehabilitation centers nationwide it is a big mission here to take into people's homes a dream within reach the company wants to streamline the workable robot into a pair of pants that can be bought and sold anywhere. he sees a future wide open you can walk again just differently kristyn a year cbs 5 paul deanno, what does,,,,,,
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[ female announcer ] this is the story of joycelin...
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[ joycelin ] it was a typical morning. i was getting ready for work, and then i got this horrible headache, and then i blacked out. [ female announcer ] ...who thought she had reached the end of her story. [ joycelin ] the doctor told me i had two brain aneurysms and that one of them had ruptured. [ female announcer ] fortunately, she was treated at sutter health's california pacific medical center. [ joycelin ] the nurses and doctors were amazing, and they were like a second family to me. and now i'm back to doing what i love. [ female announcer ] california pacific medical center and sutter health. our story is you. friday night we get here the weather looks excellent low cloud cover has done moved in yet livermore 63 in this city 55
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san jose 58. santa rosa drops down to the 40's. the art wine and music festival in downtown lafayette 82 degrees sunny and warm this weekend. opera in the ballpark at at&t park tomorrow night fair and chilly 59 degrees. cloud cover saves off shore, with the light onshore push we see cloud cover at the coast early tomorrow yielding afternoon sunshine. on the southern side 100-110 degrees on the northern side where we are were getting an allied onshore flow so will be below normal temperatures same area of high pressure that brought triple digits will keep us comfortable 64 for downtown san francisco tomorrow.
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san jose to degrees below normal a high of 80. 84 cupertino. mid '80s for walnut creek in concord. sausalitos 66. we stay sunny down to mid '80s los '70s by the,,,, ,,,,,,
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baseball up top. giants and a's, first the a's bet got a shot in the on branded mccarthy visited the team. his recovery is getting better by the day. the got back to us after a few days of scary moments we have some text exchanges he is doing great at home with his dogs and relaxing trying to get better. tonight against the orioles yoenis cespedis injured his wrist yesterday, his 19th round tripper it is 2-1.
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game tied at 2, jonnie gomes rbi single the a's lead 3-2, 35,000 saw the action. at the a's win 3-2, the two games up for the first wild-card spot. magic number is 14. the giants at arizona matt cain works at of the bases loaded situation and just enough to pop out the batter. he allowed one run. a grand slam 4 pence his second career grand slam it is 4-20. the reliever gets in the action. his second career at that an rbi the giants win it 6-to the magic
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number is 11. prints fielder give me a diving stop. lovett when the big guy rumbles. the borrower's this we double play a us stop and a flood and that putin. a terrific catch roger bernadine now takes it away from jason hayward. of so good j.j. hearty robs one. 165 ft. away unbelievable. will be right back. ,,,,,,,,
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one more time for the whether it is the weekend gorgeous best weather in the nation upper 80's inland low seventies by the bay. looking great for next week

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TOPIC FREQUENCY California 7, Us 6, U.s. 4, Joycelin 3, The City 2, Sutter 2, London 2, Libya 2, Cupertino 2, California Pacific 2, Paraplegics 1, Ramirez 1, Christin Ayers 1, Paul Deanno 1, United States 1, Obama 1, The United Club 1, Nietzsche 1, Len Ramirez 1, Snell 1
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